Reluctant “Eid Mubarak” and looking for info on Eid in Atlanta

A reluctant (but very warm and sincere) Eid mubarak.

Reluctant because I’m finding myself forced to drop everything and celebrate today because the Saudi mafia has convinced all the mosques in my region to ignore the duly considered verdict of the two largest North American Islamic organizations and celebrate on Friday instead of Saturday. 

I get sooo tired of this annual rite of confusion, but more on that later.  (Those not in the know, see this article for a hint at the mayhem that takes place each year.)

Anyway, can anyone give me the lowdown on Eid venues in Atlanta? I’m hoping to still catch Eid prayers.

Are there any halls with bazaars, etc., for families in Atlanta for this Eid? If so, where?


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